The Coastal Conservancy frequently hosts webinars on a number of topics related to coastal protection, restoration, public access and climate change. Our upcoming webinars and archived materials from past ones can be found below:
- 8/20/19 Webinar: Frameworks and Considerations for Justice, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity at Work
Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday, August 20th from 12-1:30 pm to hear from José González, the founder of Latinos Outdoors. José will present the on landscape views on the environmental and conservation framework with justice and equity in mind. José will guide us to “see the big picture” on work evolving in the environmental field. The webinar will also ground us with 3 main areas of practice for future training and consideration– as “actionable work” for individuals and institutions including Implicit Bias and Fragility, Oppressive Dominant Work Cultures, and Inclusive Narratives. Register here.
- 8/1/19 Webinar: Youth Exploring Sea Level Rise Science
The Conservancy hosted a webinar on Thursday, August 1 from 12-1pm to hear from Carolyn Raider and Zoe Van Duivenbode on San Mateo County’s Youth Exploring Sea Level Rise Science (YESS) program.
- 6/12/19 Webinar: Cardiff Beach Living Shorelines Project
The Conservancy hosted a webinar on Wednesday, June 12 from 12-1pm to hear from Evyan Sloane on the Cardiff Beach Living Shoreline Project. Collaborators and stakeholders celebrated the multi-benefit natural infrastructure project in May 2019 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The project protects Highway 101 and provides ecological benefits to biodiversity and habitat, as well as enhanced coastal access options. The link above redirects to the Youtube video of the recording.
- 5/15/19 Webinar: New Jersey’s Blue Acres program and the human experience of buyouts
Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, May 15th from 12-1pm to hear from Fawn McGee, Director of New Jersey’s Blue Acres buyout program, and Liz Koslov, Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Environment and Sustainability at UCLA. Fawn will present on the Blue Acres program in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, and Liz will present on her research regarding the social impacts of climate change and relocation.
- 3/26/19 Webinar: Managed Retreat: Resilience at Surfer’s Point in Ventura, CA
Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday, March 26 from 12-1pm to hear from Paul Jenkin of Surfrider Foundation about the landmark Surfer’s Point managed retreat project including updates on resiliency in the face of recent storm activity. The Surfers’ Point Managed Shoreline Retreat project is one of the first managed retreat projects to […] (Read more on 3/26 Webinar: Managed…)
- 3/19/19 Webinar with Alex Ghenis: Disability Equity, Nature, and Climate Justice
Please join the Coastal Conservancy for a presentation on Tuesday, March 19 from 12-1 PM with Alex Ghenis from the World Institute on Disability. Please register here. The webinar will be recorded and posted on this page. In the past several decades, people with disabilities (PWDs) have fought for – and achieved – civil rights […]
- Webinar: The Stories We Don’t Tell About People of Color in the Outdoors
We hope you can join us for a webinar Thursday, February 28th from 12:00 p.m to 1:00 p.m. to hear about engaging people of color in the outdoors. Speaker Amanda E. Machado will share her personal story as a woman of color becoming involved in the environmentalist movement and facilitate a conversation about how to be more […]
- Webinar: Meaningful Community Engagement
The Coastal Conservancy is hosting a webinar on Thursday, February 21st 2019 from 1-2 pm exploring meaningful community engagement in project development. Three speakers working on projects across the state will discuss how they’ve engaged communities to develop projects that benefit local communities. The speakers will discuss how their community engagement approach was developed, what strategies […]
- Materials from Webinar on working on CAP projects with the Corps
The slides and recording from the October 10, 2018 webinar on the USACE Continuing Authorities Program can be found below: Slides: CAP Overview_CA Coastal Conservancy Oct 2018_Final Recording:
- Webinar recording: Making Visible Overlooked Stories of African Americans in California Dreams with Dr. Alison Rose Jefferson
Based on a chapter in Dr. Jefferson’s forthcoming book with the working title Leisure’s Race, Power and Place in Los Angeles and California Dreams in the Jim Crow Era to be published by the University of Nebraska Press, in this presentation she will briefly discuss the history and public memory of the African American experience […]
- Coastal Conservancy Awards Over $26.7 Million for Coastal Protection, Restoration of Bay Wetlands, Beach Wheelchairs, and Explore the Coast programBoard approves funding to support coastal projects and programming Sausalito, CA – Today, the Board of the California State Coastal Conservancy awarded $26.7 million in grants including $20 million for the first phase of the 1,600-acre restoration of Bel Marin Keys Unit V in Novato, funding for beach wheelchairs at 18 coastal sites, and support […] (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Awards...)
- Coastal Conservancy Public Meeting in Sausalito – August 22Douglas Bosco (Public Member), Chair Ann Notthoff (Public Member), Vice Chair Marce Gutiérrez-Graudi?š (Public Member) Wade Crowfoot, Secretary for Natural Resources; Bryan Cash (Designated) Dayna Bochco, Coastal Commission Chair; Susan Hansch (Designated) Keely Bosler, Director, Department of Finance; Gayle Miller (Designated) Senate Representatives Benjamin Allen (District 26) Bill Monning (District 17) Jerry Hill (District 13) […] (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Public...)
- California Sea Otter Fund: Grant Applications Due September 6, 2019The State Coastal Conservancy is now accepting applications for its 2020 Sea Otter Recovery Grants. The grants will be funded by the California Sea Otter Fund, which is one of the state’s voluntary tax check-off funds that allows taxpayers to contribute additional money for use towards the recovery of California sea otter populations. Public agencies […] (Read more on California Sea Otter...)
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